Skip to comments.Octomom Nadya Suleman pleads not guilty to welfare fraud charges
Posted on 01/17/2014 1:41:58 PM PST by Anton.Rutter
Octomom is fighting charges she should have cut the cord to public assistance.
The prolific procreator, whose real name is Nadya Suleman, was in a Los Angeles courtroom Friday and pleaded not guilty to three counts of welfare fraud.
The single mother of 14 was released on her own recognizance and faces up to five years and eight months behind bars if convicted on all charges.
(Excerpt) Read more at m.nydailynews.com ...
She entered rehab in October 2012 for anxiety, exhaustion and stress and a dependency on Xanax, her rep told The News.
She once got $5,000 and a months supply of vegan hot dogs and Boca burgers from PETA for posting a sign outside her house.
Dont let your dog or cat become an octomom. Always spay or neuter," the 2010 sign read.
Her lawyer looks like he’s high on something, doesn’t he?
Isn’t that that Toronto mayor?
He just found out she is expecting again - triplets.
It's so crazy, I believe it, LOL.
Someone call PETA and give them my address ... and uh, let them know they can keep the hot dogs & burgers.
Maybe he seen her ..... oh never mind
You don’t want those. takes a lot of spices and sauces to make them edible.
maybe she should apply for federal disaster aid, she’s the definition of it.
Her legitimacy, and whatever good character remaining, has been shot to the dogs, way before this, through those discerning adults in the room, who have understand, and have been connecting the terms, “octomom”, “sybian”, and “xhamster”, with no purchase necessary.
Interesting. One down two million to go.
Okay, who has the silly pic of the hot dog flyin’ down the hallway? C’mon, let’s show Octo’s canyon some lovin’!!!
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